Bobi Wine shakes West Nile with mammoth crowds
National Unity Platform (NUP) presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine shook West Nile with mammoth crowds.
He started his campaign trail from Pakwach before heading to Arua city.
He then connected to Kitgum, Pader and Gulu city.
On Thursday, he travelled past Kamdini, entered Oyam, Apac and then Lira towns.
“I don’t know if LIRA can even fit on Facebook, but let me try,” he boasted.
“THANK YOU WEST-NILE. THANK YOU ACHOLI. THANK YOU LANGO. THANK YOU UGANDA.”
His next stop is Kaabong in Karamoja sub region on Friday.
“Thank you Oyam, Apac, Lira. Thank you Uganda!
With great pleasure, we are very grateful for your commitment towards the struggle for a better Uganda,” said NUP spokesperson Joel Ssenyonyi.
He added: “Indeed, a people united can never be defeated. And YES, together, we shall see a new Uganda.”